Sharp Fall in Coronavirus infection rate: Hospitals, Monaco

Sharp Fall in Coronavirus Infection Rate: Monaco Sees Decrease in COVID-19 Cases Despite five locals being treated for coronavirus in Princess Grace Hospital, Monaco's government statistics reveal a significant drop in the standard incidence rate. As of May 28, the rate is 148 per 100,000, down from 271 the previous week. With the number of individuals healing at home and a decline in new cases, the pandemic's impact appears to be diminishing in the Principality.

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According to statistics that were given by the government late on Monday evening, the pandemic caused by the coronavirus seems to be virtually gone in the Principality.


In spite of this, the fact that five locals exhibiting signs of coronavirus are now being treated as in-patients at Princess Grace Hospital is proof that the illness has not been eradicated entirely, despite the fact that its prevalence has decreased.

As of Sunday, May 28, the standard incidence rate has dropped to 148 per 100,000 when monitored on a rolling seven-day basis. This is a significant decrease from the 271 recorded incidences one week earlier. The most recent numbers are from a combined total of 1,394 PCR and antigen testing.

On Monday, May 30, the number of individuals who were experiencing just moderate symptoms and were able to heal at home remained at 41.

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